Evaluate the Uses of Modern Technologies in Agricultural Production in Salahuddin and Their Impact on Future Development

Abstract

The data of the Salah al-Din Agriculture Directorate and the Central Bureau of Statistics, as well as the field study data, were used to determine the modern technologies used by farmers in indicating the impact of this on future development, and it was found that there are (6) types of technologies applied in the agricultural production of the governorate, which are fish production techniques. (100%) and wheat and barley production techniques, which accounted for (80%), and it was found that (55%) were used in percentages to determine the percentages of their impact on agricultural development.They are: preserving resources and the percentage of their impact was (10%), and perhaps the transfer of manpower was the rate of its influence (20%). As for the criterion for applying technologies, it was the highest percentage, which was (40%), in addition to the presence of (5) different agricultural products in which technology was used I concluded that there are (5) human and natural obstacles that prevent the application and transfer of agricultural technologies, which are administrative and political factors, and (30%) of the impact and natural factors formed (%) and life factors formed (5%), while economic factors formed the largest percentage (40%), and finally, security factors accounted for (20%) of the effect in applying agricultural techniques, and it was also found that (5) were used in close proportions.In addition to the presence of (5) agricultural products in which technology was used: human factors in proportion (80%), and I concluded that there are (5) obstacles to shifting the weight of application and transfer of agricultural technologies.